Our customer is evaluating with your ADD5211 LED driver.
So he just tossed a couple of questions as following
He designed 2 ganged on 2 ch ,and each channels pull 3 LEDs.
Can your ADD5211 drive as current dimming control not PWM control?
He needs the dimming fuction as current control.
PWM bring thr flicker for LED on-off.
This flicker make bad for his products.
If he put the over 22uF for Cout on your datasheet page-15, then what trouble coming? Growth ripple noise?
As for thr PWM frequency,
So when 25kHz:dimming=?:1, =1000:1 correct?
This is brought from page-1 on your datasheet FEATURES.
If he put the frequency of PWM from 300Hz to 20kHz, then he just found that the charge pump voltage become growth high.
Why this result have comin?
Anode voltage of LED(as VLED)
duty 0:900, VLED=4V
duty 1:900, VLED=38.6V
duty 2:900, VLED=37V
duty 3:900, VLED=28.2V
duty 8:900, VLED=9.6V
But when the PWM freq=300Hz, VLED=4V all.
No, the minimum is 15mA. For lower current, I would suggest the ADD5203, ADP8870 (or ADP8866), or the ADP8140. The ADP8140 has the best DC dimming and DC dimming range.